A fully adjustable and versatile 3 in 1 standing frame offering Upright, Prone and Supine positioning for infants and children up to 13 years. The Multistander by Jenx offers exceptional growth and the versatile range of accessories mean that the Multistander will easily meet the changing needs of a growing child for many years.
The Multistander offers Multigrip™ body support, fastenings to allow use of a Jenx Waistcoat Harness and all polyurethane support surfaces now impregnated with antimicrobial agent, an angle adjustable footplate that comes as standard. The Multistander also offers a range of child and family friendly colours complimented by a fresh white base frame along with entry level head support and improved knee support bracket.
Along with all this, the Size 2 has two different base options available (powered or manual).
Age Range (approx) Size 1: 9 months-6 years
Age Range (approx) Size 2: 3 years – 13 years
Max user weight Size 1: 35kg
Max user weight Size 2: 60kg
The Multistander is now available in two sizes, making it a highly versatile first standing frame suiting children from 9 months to 13 years. It has an unrivalled amount of adjustment for height and width with a maximum user weight of 30kg for the Multistander Size 1 and 60kg for the Multistander Size 2.
Smooth and easy angle adjustment take the Multistander from horizontal right through to upright, facilitating easy transfers adn the ability for precision standing angles. The wide variety of head, trunk, leg and support accessories enable the product to be specified and tailored exactly for each individual, whilst the open design enables carers to quickly see how the child is positioned and adjust as necessary.
Use the Technical Specification to help guide to which size is best for your child. Remember that Jenx products are designed to allow for growth overlap to help ensure you choose the product with the most growth potential.
One of the major benefits of the Multistander range is that it is a 3 in 1 standing system, that offers prone, upright and supine standing in one standing frame. This makes it ideal for multiuser environments as well as accommodating the changing needs of any particular user – this is particularly relevant where the diagnosis points to a deteriorating condition.
Meet 3 year old Kian - he hasn't been able to stand for the last 6 months as his existing stander couldn't provide the correct and necessary support to enable this. His mum was desperate for him to be able to enjoy the benefits of standing, but his physio couldn't suggest any other changes they could make to the stander to facilitate this.
On his first assessment in the Multistander Kian managed to spend 40 mins virtually upright! This is the first time he has ever stood so upright and despite the grumpy face, there were no tears - which according to mum is a first!